Hebrew In Israel | Shabbat – Learn Torah

"Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy." Exodus 20:7

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Hebrew In Israel | Shabbat – Learn Torah

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After speaking at various times and in various venues on the subject of Shabbat, Yoel pulls this information together into one place, answering the common questions about this commandment.

Questions and Topics in this Discussion

  • When Does Shabbat Begin?  Evening or Morning?
  • How to Prepare for Shabbat
  • What is Forbidden on Shabbat?
  • What is Work?
  • What About Fire?
  • What DO you do?



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August 30, 2017 at 9:06 am

I think what I enjoyed most is how you related current practices as apposed to the past. Why is think important? I think of the Torah as a common sense type document and when I can see that the people of the pass functioned in a way that demonstrated common sense it makes me want to use more of mine… Tongue and cheek but Great job I found it very informative.

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